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ACH no longer under contract with WWE, announces several indie dates

This story was updated at 5:15 PM Eastern.

ACH announced several indie dates Thursday as WWE confirmed he is no longer under contract.

The former Jordan Myles will face Chandler Hopkins this Friday night for San Antonio, TX, based Heavy Metal Wrestling, and has dates for Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment on December 1st and Pro Wrestling Revolver on December 27th. He tweeted an email address for bookings.

Thursday morning, he tweeted an image of him signing a legal document:

#KingIsBack pic.twitter.com/U1Mi8f2Nel

— Super A.C.H (@ACHisSuper) November 21, 2019

It's unclear whether the document was the WWE release, but he later tweeted at Vince McMahon "Can't hold me down no more. This is FOR THE WRESTLING CULTURE."

The saga between Albert Hardie Jr. and WWE began in late-October following a t-shirt design that was compared to blackface imagery. WWE pulled the t-shirt and released a statement that said Hardie had approved the design, but the damage was already done. Since that time, Hardie has been vocal against WWE on social media, but the company has never responded publicly to any of the claims.

Last week, Hardie said he quit WWE, saying he hated the company and everything they stand for. According to Dave Meltzer, he hasn't been at the Performance Center since the end of September when he did his last match for the company.